PAWSITIVELY PAWSOME PUPS
Do you feel embarrassed by your dog’s behaviour?
Do you dread your walks?
Maybe you avoid having visitors in your home?
Is your dog constantly barking at everyone and everything?
I can help you.
A well-behaved dog might seem like a dream, but with the right approach and attitude (from the human) it’s entirely possible and when you achieve it – a life changer. The relationship between dog and human is a strong bond and when both are in tune with each other, it’s the stuff of Hollywood movies. When they’re misaligned though, it’s more like a Halloween movie!
It doesn’t need to be this way, so if you’re having a difficult time and not enjoying spending time with your dog, I’d like to help. There are so many ways you can help your dog to get over the issues they’re experiencing that are causing the unwelcomed behaviour.
With any behaviour issue I ask that you book your dog in to see your vet before seeing me, this is because there can be a link between medical issues and behaviour issues, for example studies have shown pain is linked to increased noise sensitivity so we need to rule out any health concerns before we address the behaviour
COMMON DOG BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS INCLUDE, BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO, THE FOLLOWING:
Anxiety and emotional issues – the cause of lots of unwelcome behaviour, you’ll want to get to the bottom of these for everyone’s sake.
Aggression – an aggressive dog is often worrying but it’s also a signal from your dog that something’s not right.
Being afraid of people or other dogs – Fearing other people or animals isn’t helpful when you live in a busy world and want to go walking in public places.
Barking or whining – Annoying as they can be, these are ways your dog is communicating. It could be down to excitement, anxiety, frustration, or other reasons.
Multi-house dog issues. Just like we may struggle to always get along with everyone, your dogs may do too.
Noise Sensitivity – You may not hear it, but your dog certainly can
Guarding food - Many dogs will become aggressive and anxious around food and this can lead to other problems too.
Separation anxiety – Dogs can become disruptive or destructive when left alone.
Toileting indoors – The reason needs to be identified, your dog isnt doing this on purpose.
Remember that you’re investing in the outcome of a happy and peaceful relationship with man’s best friend. I’ve never had a client tell me it’s not worth it! I only take on new clients who show commitment to receive ongoing support as behaviour is not something you can fix overnight. I see my best results through this way of training.
Let’s have a call so I can find out more about your issues and see whether we’re a good fit. I look forward to hearing from you.
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